BONUS: How One Family Is Learning To Support Their Non-Binary Child

BONUS: How One Family Is Learning To Support Their Non-Binary Child
BONUS: How One Family Is Learning To Support Their Non-Binary Child

BONUS: How One Family Is Learning To Support Their Non-Binary Child

Nine-year-old Hallel is the oldest of three children. They also identify as a “boy-girl,” which was a revelation to their parents Shira and Ari when Hallel made the announcement to them.

Through a series of family recordings and interviews with WBUR’s Martha Bebinger, the family shared the story of how this realization unfolded, and what they’re learning.

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